Amy brings a decade of experience in the mental health field to her practice, working with adolescents and adults from many different backgrounds. Her primary areas of therapy include mood disorders, adjustment disorders, and interpersonal concerns, sexuality and identity issues.
Amy returned to graduate school after working in foster care in New York City. After receiving her Master’s in social work, she provided individual and group counseling to adolescents and adults, who were struggling with depression, anxiety, relationship issues, eating disorders and life transitions.
At Newberg Counseling & Wellness, Amy sees clients aged 14 to adults. Her approach is client-centered therapy. She uses cognitive behavioral and dialectical behavior therapy interventions as well as psycho-education. Her style is non-judgmental, supportive and warm, with an aim towards discussions and working collaboratively on treatment goals. She believes that everyone has their own set of strengths and a therapist can help identify and develop those skills.
Amy enjoys reading and writing, going on walks, and stretching while watching YouTube music videos. She lives with her husband and their two Generation Z children.
Check out Amy’s blog post about her work with teens!
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MSW, School of Social Work, New York University
LCSW in Oregon (previously licensed in California and New York)
Therapist at Newberg Counseling and Wellness (2020–present)
Morrison Child and Family Services
Youth Counseling League/Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services
Newberg Counseling & Wellness invites clients of all backgrounds, ages, races, sexual orientations, genders, and life circumstances to a transformative experience.
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